20 Pubs and Bars found in or around Abbey Road Studios/Zebra Crossing London

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The Lord's Tavern

This one's had a makeover since we were in last in and it feels much more upmarket. We also discovered that as it's part of Lords Crocket Ground, it's closed to the public on match days - it gets used for posh (read expensive)...

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0.33mi
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The Clifton

An altogether charming villa establishment at which the future Edward VII was reputed to engage in trysts with Lillie Langtry. Located in a suitably elegant, peaceful and tree-lined back street, the best part of a century later...

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0.33mi
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Duke of York

Half restaurant, half-pub, the Duke of York is exactly the kind of place you'd expect in salubrious St. John's Wood. Tastefully stripped-out, a smattering of the Eastern-style decorations from before a refurbishment are still...

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The Warrington Hotel

Walking up to the majestic exterior of the Warrington Hotel Pub and crossing the mosaic portico is daunting and inside is much the same. Acres of new plush crimson carpet, exotic woods, fierce gilt crown mouldings and veined...

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The Robert Browning

The Robert Browning has a comfortably furnished interior, decent service and the usual range of Sam Smith's beers. Plenty of seats outside make it a popular spot for summer drinking, and it's worth dropping into if you're in...

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The Star

The Star is a good example of how pubs used to be. The frosted windows may put off some of the more well-to-do NW8 locals, but inside it's a charming regulars pub in an area which, on the surface, can seem somewhat lacking. The...

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Windsor Castle

A fine little pub that's well worth a look. It's an ideal place for a drink and a chat, with a very convivial landlord if you're lucky enough to find him behind the bar. The interior is festooned with Kiwi ephemera like maps...

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The Elgin

The sign on the outside proclaims this to be a 'bar and grill' - and although it has the décor to match, the feel is more pub than bar. There is nothing wrong with pubs masquerading as something else to broaden their...

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Salt House

Poor old Salt House was probably once a decent enough pub, but years of being mucked about with have left it unsure of its place in the world. It seems that owner Greene King have made a number of basic errors with forays into...

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The Ordnance

This is probably the poshest Sam Smithâs pub we've been to in a while. Apparently under new management (and after a bit of a refurb), the place was full of locals and visitors from hotels in the area. The pubâs...

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